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WorkWeek No Public Funds For Billionaire John Fisher A's Stadium & Indy Media
by WorkWeek
Thursday Nov 4th, 2021 12:56 PM
WorkWeek covers a protest against the Alameda Board of Supervisors giving more than $300 million in public money to GAP A's billionaire owner John Fisher for his new A's stadium in the Port of Oakland. WorkWeek also covers and independent journalist forum in San Francisco held during July. WorkWeek also covers a protest at BlackRock in San Francisco during the G20 climate conference and also a strike of 150,000 South African engineering workers who are members of the National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa.
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WorkWeek 11-4-21 On No Public Funds For Billionaire John Fisher A's Stadium & Indy Media & Monopolization
https://soundcloud.com/workweek-radio/ww-11-3-4-21-no-public-funds-for-as-billionaire-john-fishers-stadium-indy-media

WorkWeek covers a protest at the Alameda County Board of Supervisors where they were voting on providing over $300 million for GAP & A's billionaire owner John Fisher's new stadium in the Port of Oakland. Speakers including ILWU members attack the use of public money for billionaire developers.

Next WorkWeek presents a panel of independent media journalists in San Francisco that was held during July LaborFest.net in San Francisco. The monopolization of the media and the effect of corporate control of social media is a growing threat to freedom. This panel look at how independent media is fighting to cover stories that corporate media in San Francisco and the US have covered up.

This includes the privatization of public resources, the contamination of workers and the community at Hunters Point/Treasure Island and the attacks on journalists and their rights in San Francisco and around the world including Julian Assange.

Speakers included:
Tim Redmond, 48 Hills
Dr. Derek Kerr, journalist for West Side Observer
Carol Harvey, journalist covering Treasure Island
Steve Zeltzer, WorkWeek KPOO
Malik Washington, San Francisco Bay View


WorkWeek 11-4-21 Climate Protest At BlackRock In SF & 150,000 NUMA Engineering Workers Strike In South Africa
https://soundcloud.com/workweek-radio/ww-11-3-4-21-no-public-funds-for-as-billionaire-john-fishers-stadium-indy-media

WorkWeek covers a protest at the Alameda County Board of Supervisors where they were voting on providing over $300 million in public money for GAP & A's billionaire owner John Fisher's new stadium in the Port of Oakland. Speakers attack the use of public money for billionaire developers.

Next WorkWeek looks at the mass engineering strike of 150,000 workers in South Africa with an interview with Phakamile Majola who is the press representative the the National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa NUMA. It is the largest union of not only South Africa but in all of Africa. She talks about the growing threat of contract labor and privatization in Southern Africa.

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§Part of the 150,000 NUMSA Metal Workers On Strike In South Africa
by WorkWeek
Thursday Nov 4th, 2021 12:56 PM
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In South Africa in October 150,000 metal workers went on strike for an 8% pay increase. WorkWeek covers this strike and also the role of contract labor and privatization
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